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Intro to Sound and Hearing…

I found a great resource for some basic foundations in the art of sound and sound engineering. Many musicians do a fair amount of their own production work in the studio and live… getting back to the basic via the Synposis of sound, is a good way to secure your understanding of how it relates to your work. You might find this site of interest and this page starts with… Vibrations via our Ears, Velocity, Waveform, Pitch, Intensity and more…
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ear anatomy

A waveform of a signal is a pictorial representation of the changes in the signal’s amplitude over a period of time. Imagine dropping a rock into a calm pond of water. If you took a picture of a cross-section of the water, that picture would be a graphic depiction of the amplitude of the water versus distance…
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http://www.recordingconnection.com.au/curriculum/audio-engineering/lesson-01
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  • Tapping on Guitar… who started it? November 27, 2018
    Mid 70’s Eddie Van Halen. Stanley Jordan, “Eleanor Rigby” Newport Jazz Festival 1986… Mmmmm, whom really came up with the guitar tapping concept? Still out for discussion but I’ve located a (French) gent that provides a few taps in the mid 60’s that might shed (and shred) some light on this matter… and he ‘rips […]
  • More Chick Rockers September 6, 2018
    As time marches on in the rock genre’ every decade introduces new young female rockers that bring a special light to the music industry. Wolf Alice, Camp Cope, Mitski, Sophie Allison, Lindsey Jordan… have you heard them? Well you should let their musical candy bestow upon your ears. It’s great to see rock n’ roll […]
  • We’re Back!… Vinyl Records June 17, 2018
    Not to long ago I talked about the rise and fall of Tower Records and how the vinyl record industry had their days and then essentially died… well get ready because they’re back! Many of you vinyl aficionados already knew this was happening. The fact that pressed records remain dynamically pure and essentially a great […]
  • Recording Music In Your Living Room… June 12, 2018
    Having a studio in your own pad is great feeling. Being able to stroll over a couple of rooms and find yourself immersed in the comfortable surroundings of musical gear is a treat indeed. In an article from Billboard, Country singer, Tenille Townes, did a fair amount of her latest album using her living room […]
  • Gibson guitar company facing bankruptcy February 19, 2018
    If you’re like me you appreciate a good Gibson guitar. My favorite was a 1957 Les Paul Jr. single cut-away with a single P-90 pick up… it was a simple screamer! Now it appears that Gibson is in some sort of financial trouble and could be on the verge of bankruptcy after over 115 years […]